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Canucksbiggestfan

Robbed of my N

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Today I went to ICBC to write my class 7 N test. When they checked my ID, they said I had a ticket on my license for public intoxication in Surrey. They told me to write a impersonation report so I did, but my road test was cancelled. Now I have to wait until December.

A.) I don't drink alcohol at all.

B.) I am under age

C.) I don't live in Surrey

D.) I don't even visit Surrey

My question is what can I do now?

Has anyone gone through this before?

Can I go back and ask to be put on stand buy?

The paperwork is going to be mailed to me within 2 weeks and they told to bring it back afterwords.

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Do what they say and wait until December. If you want to drive like an adult, you need to put up with adult things, in this case, a filing error.

I'd give more advice, but I'm going to go cruise around with my top down and enjoy the last little bit of sun

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ICBC is an evil evil monopoly. Unfortunately there is nothing you can do about it.

But yeah anyways I'm driving right now, I don't want to get a ticket.

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Is any here really surprised that the culprit was in Surrey? <_<

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That's a pretty crappy situation.

Only thing I can say is go through with the paperwork and then keep checking for appointments online everyday. Actually several times a day. People cancel all the time and you'll easily be able to find one pop up before December.

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That's a pretty crappy situation.

Only thing I can say is go through with the paperwork and then keep checking for appointments online everyday. Actually several times a day. People cancel all the time and you'll easily be able to find one pop up before December.

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The only reason i have to wait until December is because all the other appointments are booked.

Has something like this ever happened to anyone before, i mean the address on the ticket wasn't even the same as mine.

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I've never heard ANYTHNG like this before, but you should have asked as many questions as possible. eg, when did this happen, date, time etc etc, and say you know nothing about this. BUt icbc will give 0 !@#$'s about you.

However I do feel sorry for you though. I know your frustrations in regards to this.

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I've never heard ANYTHNG like this before, but you should have asked as many questions as possible. eg, when did this happen, date, time etc etc, and say you know nothing about this. BUt icbc will give 0 !@#$'s about you.

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I have an "N" that blew in to my yard in the spring during a windstorm. It's stuck to my BBQ now if you want it? :P

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Even if you do have a ticket for public intoxication on your license what the hell does that have to do with trying for your N?

I got a 24 roadside suspension for drinking and driving when i had my N a while back, when i went to write my class 5 i had no problems

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Even if you do have a ticket for public intoxication on your license what the hell does that have to do with trying for your N?

that's a bunch of bs

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They showed me a crappy faxed copy of the ticket, but they didn't give it to me. So i just called Surrey RCMP and they said I need a copy of the ticket for them to do anything about it. if ound out the date and the location, but that's about it.

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Is any here really surprised that the culprit was in Surrey? <_<

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Give the BC civil liberties association a call or your local mla.Someone at those two places should at least point you to who you really need to talk to.

It is unjust that you are being punished because of somebody else's mistake( if clerical) or illegal act( if the perp used your name while dealing with the cops).

In fact the cop who issued the ticket just might remember the incident and perpertrator and upon seeing you go "whoa you aren't the dude" and help you out.

I'd also be looking into whether icbc can legally do what they did to you or if it was just a jerk at the office on a bad day.

It is times like this that we decide who we are.

If it IS important to you then fight for your rights-do it legally and with poise, no foul language and don't get angry with anyone just keep hammering home it was NOT you and what they are doing is wrong. If it still goes badly call up global and se if Mike McCardell wants to do a human interest story of a "David vs Goliath' variety.CTV also has that "Steele on your side" thing as well.

Good luck.

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Quite frankly I'm surprised ICBC isn't classified as a criminal organization.

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if Mike McCardell wants to do a human interest story of a "David vs Goliath' variety.

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Even if you do have a ticket for public intoxication on your license what the hell does that have to do with trying for your N?

I got a 24 roadside suspension for drinking and driving when i had my N a while back, when i went to write my class 5 i had no problems

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The only reason i have to wait until December is because all the other appointments are booked.

Has something like this ever happened to anyone before, i mean the address on the ticket wasn't even the same as mine.

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